Partner Post: A Couple’s Survival Guide For Moving In Together

Source Your relationship is at the point where you’re ready to move together. Because it’s still the honeymoon period though, both you and your partner think it’s going to be easy. Yep, it’s a walk in the park because you’ve basically been cooped up together for the past six months anyway. What’s the difference? Sorry to burst your bubble, but there is a huge distinction between sleeping in … [Read more...]

Partner Post: Is It Time To Step Up Your Relationship?

As we approach the end of the year, it’s understandable that our minds are wandering to the new year ahead. You might be making those all-important new year’s resolutions or even just making plans or setting yourself goals. Something that could be on your mind is your relationship. Many people in long-term relationships start to consider their future and what they might do going forward. Perhaps … [Read more...]

When the Widow Gets Engaged

So, my boyfriend of two years proposed, and I accepted. I’m very excited to begin my life with him as he’s been a very close friend since we met in college, we’re so compatible, and we just genuinely enjoy each other. However, it is an adjustment for some people because for the last five years my testimony as a young widow with children has been a major part of my ministry. I’ve had the … [Read more...]